GRACE as it is taught
in today's Christian churches, has created a great mountain of deception
and confusion surrounding this most basic Christian belief, and has caused all of the teachings
and doctrines of Jesus Christ to be taught in error, based upon their deception about Grace. This subtle deception has been created by past and present false
Christian preachers and evangelists. How did they cause all
this enormous mountain of deception come to be accepted and to be believed
by today's Christian community?. The Scripture says it came about through
deceitful and subtle teaching by the ones that the Scripture calls deceitful
workers. The Bible, the Holy Scriptures of God, instructs and exposes them in II Cor. 11:13-15 by saying -
"For such are false apostles, deceiful workers, transforming themselves into
the apostles of Christ. And no marvel: for Satan himself is transformed into
an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thng if his ministers also be
transformed as the ministers of righteousness: whose end shall be according
to their works."
Jude also exposes and makes it very clear, then and
today, about these ungodly men, as to what they have done deceitfully, pertaining to God's
Grace. Jude, inspired by Jesus Christ, says in Jude 3-4 that a true Christian
"should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints." and in verse 4 Jude continues,
"For there are certain men crept in unawares, who were before of old ordained
to the condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness,
and denying the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ."
The ungodly preachers of today's Christianity have likewise followed
the same crooked and slippery path and have turned the
Grace of our God into lasciviousness or licentiousness, meaning no lawful
restraint is to be taught and put upon their professed Christian behavior.
These perverted and twisted preachers are teaching their
members a great, huge lie to make them believe that they can receive God's
Grace with Christ's permission to continue in their sins.
This is the meaning of licentiousness. This is a false grace, which is inspired by
Satan the devil, and perpetuated by his wicked and ungodly ministers. The
true Grace of Christ is the granting of God's favor upon a
repentant sinner which provides God's mercy for
the forgiveness of the sinner's sins, by providing justification of those
sins through Christ's sacrifice. Christ's sacrifice is His substitutionary death and judgment for
a sinner's sins. God's favor through Grace, also provides for receiving
the promises of God's Spirit and the gift of Salvation for a truly heartfelt
This favor of God will not be granted without acknowledging
that the breaking of God's 10 commandments is sin, and that one must confess
and repent of those sins as the foundational requirement for receiving
God's mercy and Grace. The members of today's accepted Christian teaching on grace
are taught that church members do not have to confess any sins that pertain
to God's 10 commandments, and that they do not have to repent of all of their
sins pertaining to the breaking those 10 commandments in order to receive
God's Grace, Rom. 2:13. These ungodly, deceiving ministers trick and mislead
their members into believing that sin is not the breaking of God's Law which
is breaking God's 10 commandments, as the Word teaches in I John 3:4 and Rom. 7:7. Sin seems to be to confessed Christians of today, a behavior that can not be defined by Scripture.
This is a terrible disgrace against Jesus Christ and a denying
of Him as their lord and Savior. These unrighteous and ungodly ministers and their members are surely, without any question, worshipping
a false Christ, made in their own image, and will reap God's judgment upon
their lives. Jesus Christ's Word says to all in Heb.10:26-29 -
"For if we sin willfully after that we have received the knowledge of the
truth, there remains no more sacrifice for sins, (v.27) But a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignation which shall devour the adversaries. (v28)
He that despised Moses' law (God's law given in commandments, statutes
and judgments) died without mercy under two or three witnesses: of how much
a worse punishment, suppose you, shall he be thought worthy, who has trodden
under foot the Son of God, and has counted the blood of the covenant, wherewith
he was sanctified, and unholy thing, and has done despite unto the Spirit of Grace?"
Are you able to identify these Satan inspired, lofty and high, false preachers, pastors
and evangelists, legends in their own mind, out in today's Christianity, who are fulfilling the above Scriptures
in II Corinthians and Jude. These Scriptures are all part of Christ's inspired Word and warnings to all believers.
The one sure way to understand about God's GRACE, as it pertains to receiving
mercy, and repentance, and the need to obey God's LAW, and as all of this pertains
to receiving God's Spirit and salvation, is through your personal study
of God's Word, and not to listening and believing what these ungodly, wicked,
false prophets are teaching. When one studies and applies one's mind to the
true Word of Christ, a person will learn that God says in Ps. 111:10 "-----a good understanding have all that keep God's commandments." A person will also come to understand how both, repentance followed
with the fruit of obedience to Christ's 10 commandment, along with faith and
Grace, fit perfectly together in unity of Christ's teaching, and both are all part of the full understanding
of the true Gospel of Jesus Christ.
If you are listening to all the radio, TV and weekly
professed Christian preaching going out all over the world to understand
about GOD's GRACE then you have put yourself in the circumstance of the proverbial
frog, which was placed in a pan of water that was being slowly heated, and
the frog not recognizing what was happening all around him, was gradually
cooked. This situation in the church is much like the frog and to what is
happening in our nation and world, by the gradual presenting of a grand delusion
that is being displayed before them daily on television, radio and the
newsprint until they will be so deceived that all who accept and believe
this ongoing, grand deception in Christianity and the world scene, will likewise be cooked.
So realize it or not, you as one
of today's, professed Christians, are likewise about to be cooked and really don't
know it, if you are not applying yourself to study and are not understanding the truth of Christ about His Grace.
This is all because today's preachers and pastors and religious leaders are not
giving you the understanding concerning GRACE, as it relates to the law and
to salvation! People seem to be totally content in their little cocoon of
deception and will not question what they believe, and what is really taught,
or the belief they are following. The life that will emerge from one's little
cocoon will be a life that did not develop into what God intended for you.
They just follow what is preached, asking no questions, nor are they inspired
to look into God's word for the real and truthful answers. Study and meditate
on the words of wisdom given in Proverb 8:1-9, 33-36. The understanding about
Grace and how it pertains to God's law, repentance, faith and to your salvation, has life
and death importance and consequence!
Religious confusion today is at its highest level
of deception and confusion. Satan's professionalism in his deception
that is manifested by all of his many ungodly ministers really knows how to keep everyone
confused (away from Scripture and all of
its truth). Today's average church goer is following a wide path to destruction
by conforming to today's accepted false Christianity, its false grace, its
false salvation, its idolatrous customs, rituals, its love in togetherness in a
hyped up joy through its religious show, and all appearing to be Christian,
but are in fact staying far away from the truth of Christ's teaching. Today's
professed Christians are completely deceived, yet contented, feeling they
are filled and secure through man's theology, his out going personality, and his way with words. Study Mat.7:21-23
In plain words today's preachers are sending people
to hell, to their grave without eternal life, and making them feel over joyed
and happy they are going there, but believing they are going to heaven and into God's
kingdom. Their ministers have deceived them into believing they
will go to heaven when they die, and believe all of their dead
have already gone to heaven. They all seem to be so rich with so many
things, with all of their great buildings, and are so contented with their church
and all of its works of teaching and missionary work, but all is based on
error, and with no real substance. They have much in physical things, beautiful
homes, fine clothing, prosperous jobs, but the fact of truth is, that they
have no real godly substance and no fruit of truth in their life and are
headed to be cooked in the water, the big cookout, or as John, the Baptist
put it to the religious leaders of his day, the baptism of Fire, Mat.3:11-12.
Paul speaking of false Christian leaders, who were teaching another Jesus,
that their end will be according to their works, II Cor. 11:4,13-15. God's
warning to the wicked at the end is, that they shall all be burned up, Malachi
Why are today's confessed Christians headed for
a time of a great trial and a coming destruction? It is because they are
still sinners, and still under the power and authority of God's law. They
have been led by today's false Christian preachers and their
leader, Satan, to believe they are under the mercy and forgiveness through
God's GRACE, which they have accepted as not being in any way pertaining
to a repentance pertaining to God's 10 commandments. It is all
because when anyone teaches about the keeping of God's commandments in order
to be accepted for God's Grace, Rom. 2:13, they take this to mean that the
writer is teaching that the forgiveness of sin is through the law rather
than through faith in the shed blood of Jesus Christ, as is stated in Rom.
To understand about God's GRACE, one must first understand
what does the word GRACE mean as to how and why it is given or granted by Christ.
Christian preachers of today, preach grace to mean God's unmerited favor, meaning no work of behavior
to earn and deserve God's favor. In plain words there is nothing a sinner
has to do to receive God's mercy of forgiveness, and justification of sins,
and the giving of God's Holy Spirit and salvation. This they believe is
all granted to a sinner, without any merit of works, that the sinner has to do in order to be accepted
for grace. They believe all one has to do, is to only accept Christ and
His name, in order to receive that mercy, forgiveness, and gifts of God's
Spirit and salvation from Jesus Christ. This meaning and definition and understanding
is a lie, a false teaching, and will reap the payment of sin and death.
The huge error is with the word "unmerited," which changes
the whole picture, and the end result for a sinner desiring to be forgiven
of his sins. They all teach that God's favor comes to the sinner without
any work on a sinner's part in any way, to earn or to deserve God's favor and to be accepted to receive God's GRACE. Some
back off of this meaning a little by saying, yes, there is some work
that is needed, and that is having faith in Jesus Christ, and that faith only is
all that is needed to receive God's GRACE. Is this true? Or is this just
another gigantic lie and heresy, setting up this foundation of confusion
in today's Christianity, that is causing all or many to believe and
accept this false teaching about grace and the gospel concerning Jesus
There is one more factor about God's Grace that is
left out, and that is concerning the
giving of God's Spirit. The Scripture speaks of the giving
of God's Spirit through GRACE, as the enabling
helper, and it is this Power that helps a believer to obey God. Enabling means
to help, to provide with the necessary means to make possible the impossible.
So one of the important meanings of God's Grace means God's favor to enable one to do,
to help a believer to do the impossible, like in keeping God's Word, or in
keeping His LAW spelled out in the 10 commandments. This enabling Spirit
helps one to bear miraculous fruit, through the keeping of God's commandments, that produces
love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, self-control:
against such there is no law, Gal.5:22-23.
There is a law (the 10 commandments) that is against
the works of the flesh, such as adultery, fornication, uncleaness (unlawful
perverted sexual acts), licentiousness (preacher lies giving permission
to sin), idolatry, witchcraft (following the evil, spiritual world), hatred
(violence and murder of every description), variance (contentions or arguing),
emulations (heated jealousies), wrath, strife, revellings (unrestrained behavior at
parties, festivities) and such the like: as I have also told you in
time past, that "they which do such things shall not inherit the Kingdom of God," Gal. 5:19-21. The works of the flesh are all sins of breaking God's 10 commandments.
God's Spirit is a great help to a person
desiring to obey God's Word and commandments, and do those things pleasing in God's sight, so
that he will be accepted by Christ into His Kingdom. However, this additional
meaning about this gift of God's Spirit is either left out or quietly looked over, because
it does not fit in with their unmerited meaning of God's Favor concerning their licentousness grace. When a person
does not understand this truth about what is needed to be converted, he is denying the Lord
Jesus Christ, and is denying the power that is made available to him by Christ, in order to
help convert him and to secure his salvation.
There are certain Scriptures, which without a good and
solid understanding of those Scriptures, comparing them with other like Scriptures
can mislead a believer, if one is not understanding God's Word as it relates
to Grace. These ungodly ministers continually quote the one Scripture that is found in Rom. 3:20 and and the same teaching is
in verse 28, which if read without the understanding of what it is saying,
can and does mislead many believers about God's Grace. Both Scriptures are
teaching that "we are to conlude that a man is justified by faith, apart from the deeds of the law."
This is absolutely true! This Scripture is teaching that a man is justified,
that is, he is made righteous, meaning justified, and made right before God,
cleared of the penalty of his sins by having faith in Jesus Christ,
His sacrifice, and His shed blood, apart from the law. In other words the law,
the keeping of the commandments, cannot forgive our past or present sins,
because God has commanded that the shed blood of Jesus Christ is the only way
that a person can be forgiven and justified of his past sins.
However, these same ministers will not quote what Paul teaches in Rom. 2:13,
"For not the hearers of the law are just before God, but the doers of the law shall be justified." This is saying that one must repent and be a doer or commandment keeper of the law, in order to be accepted for justification.
This is not saying that it is the doing of the law that justifies ones
sins, but that one must be a keeper of the law to be accepted for Christ's
justification of ones sins, to be forgiven, justified and made free from
their sins through His shed blood. So when you compare these 2 Scriptures,
along with many other Scriptures, one would have to come to the conclusion
that a sinner must repent of his sins, the breaking of God's commandments, which is God's law,
and bear the fruit of that repentance, which is obedience to the law, if he
expects to be accepted by Christ for His justification of his sins. It is
the doers of the law, the keepers of God's commandments, that shall be accepted
to be justified by their faith in Jesus Christ and His sacrifice. These
ministers will not study to understand the truth of Christ and Paul's teaching,
and so they go about confusing everyone about GOD's GRACE.
When God's Word speaks of being under the law in Romans 6:15, "For you are
not under the law, but under grace," what does that mean?
Are all confessing Christians now under GRACE since Christ's death and resurrection,
and so are not subject to have to be obedient to the commandments of God,
His Ten Commandments? Is this the meaning of God's Grace, and being under God's Grace? Has the teaching
of Paul in Rom. 6:23, that "the wages or payment for sin is death", been made null and void by Jesus Christ's Death, or made void by today's false teaching of these preachers?
This Scripture was inspired to be written a number of years after Christ's
death. Will today's non commandment keeping Christians, which identify
themselves as sinners, be punished by the judgment of the law against breaking any
of those ten commandments, as the Scripture says that they will if they don't repent of breaking God's law?
Look at the context of Romans 6:14-15.
Paul is addressing these verses to the saints in Rome (Romans 1:7). An
unbeliever becomes a Saint through repentance, obedience to the commandments,
and through faith in accepting Christ's sacrifice for past sins. This is the heart of the
Gospel, the good news for sinners. The addressed SAINTS at Rome had repented earlier of breaking God's
commandments, which is sin, and were now obedient to the law, and had accepted
Christ to justify their past commandment transgressions, so Paul was
telling them they were not under the law now (its penalty and judgment), because
they had earlier repented of breaking His commandments, and in faith accepted Christ,
so now they are under GRACE! Under Grace means they are under the power of
God's Holy Spirit that powers them to keep God's law. All of this means that
by them already confessing their commandment breaking which was their sins
and asking Jesus Christ to forgive them, now through the favor of His Grace
that they were no longer under the power of God' law, but under the power
of God's Grace. This did not mean they could go out and conduct their lives
with no regard for the law, God's Ten Commandments. Paul told them, "God
forbid," that they would accept such conduct, verse 15, because if they continued
to break God's Commandments, they were still the servants of sin, verse 16,
and are still under the law, meaning under the authority and power of
God's law, and the law's authority commands death for sin.
Paul told them they had been the servants
of sin, under the power of sin, but now are obeying His law, from their heart,
God's commandments written in their hearts through God's Spirit, verses 16-17. This is accomplished
through the enabling power of the gift of God's Holy Spirit that is given
to every repentant, converted, and baptized Christian. They were now obeying
God's law, all of His commandments, and by this, and their faith in Christ,
freed them from sin's grip, its bondage, and the law's death sentence, verse
18. No one can be freed from sin's grip without first repentance, followed
with fruit of that repentance, obedience to God's commandments. They,
then with faith in Christ's shed blood, can be accepted
to come now under God's GRACE, His favor of compassion, loving kindness,
and mercy of His forgiveness for one's past sin transgressions, and receive
the promise of Christ to give them God's enabling Spirit and the gift of
salvation. This is all based on one's repentance, one's obedience, and one's
faith in Christ's sacrifice. This is the unity in Christ's teaching and the
Word of His Gospel, and anything else taught by today's Christianity is
confusion and deception.
Repentance and obedience to the law by itself
without accepting Christ and His sacrifice, does not, nor could it ever forgive any sin or grant
salvation. Neither does believing and accepting Christ's sacrifice and being
given God's Grace forgive sin without one acknowledging and confessing his sins, and
repenting of those commandment transgressions with a heart that will obey God's commandments. This must be carried through
in order to be accepted for justification and forgiveness of one's sins, as
the Scripture points out. Then after one is baptized, he is converted
to having a new heart in Christ, that would be deeply committed to obey God's Ten Commandments!
God's Ten Commandments teaches a believer in Christ how to love God, and how
to love his neighbor or brother. Paul teaches that love is the fulfilling
(keeping to the full) of the law, which is His 10 commandments. Yet today's
professed, false Christian preachers and pastors in their teachings about
Grace, mercy, salvation, God's love, true repentance, true conversion, and
having a new heart, try to and do distance themselves and their members from
the 10 commandments and their obedience to God's law, as they pertain to salvation,
God's mercy and God's Grace. God's judgment will be on their
lives and all who they have deceived into accepting this false grace that
is preached in today's Christian churches.
There is no grace given by Christ apart from confessing and repenting of one's sins, based on the law of God, His 10 commandments.
There is no mercy granted by Christ where He will forgive sins that is not based on one's repentance of breaking God's law, His 10 commandments.
There is no repentance accepted by Christ that is not based on breaking God's 10 commandments.
There is no faith recognized and established in Christ that is not based on one's repentance and obedience to God's 10 commandments.
There is no salvation given by Jesus Christ to anyone that does not accept, repent and obey the 10 commandments, as the law that is to be written in their hearts.
There is no conversion recognized by Jesus Christ
that does not convert one's heart from following his own laws and his church's laws
of their own hearts, to the obeying the laws and 10 commandments of the heart of God,
the Father, and the heart of His Son, Jesus Christ, and all of the hearts of the
fathers of the Scripture.
There is no love recognized by Jesus Christ
that is not based on the obedience and keeping to the fullness the 10 commandments of God. Love is the fulfilling
of the law and that law is God's 10 commandments, its statutes,
and judgments. "This is the love of God that we keep His commandments, and His commandments are not grievous" - I John 5:3.
If a person after repenting and
accepting Jesus Christ, then begins to conscientiously or knowingly
break any one of God's Ten Commandments, he automatically comes back under
the law, the dominion, authority, or power of the law, and its penalty! David
understood this in His sin and after he was shown his sin, he deeply repented.
In Romans 6:23, the wages or payment of breaking God's Ten Commandments is
death. Paul even said that he could be lost by falling back into sin, if
knowingly he broke any one of God's commandments, I Corinthians 9:27. This
is true with any sinning believer who cannot and will not see his sin, and
will not repent of his sins. Peter's warning in II Peter 3:16-18 says
the same thing!
Look at David's example in II Samuel 12:1-9. David knew through
the prophet, that he had broken God's commandment, and had come back under
the law (its penalty). David knew after his sin was pointed out to him by the prophet, that
he would lose out eternally if he did not bitterly repent, Psalm 51:1-12, in order to receive mercy through God's Grace.
After repenting, David was told through God and His mercy, that he would not lose his salvation, but would
have to suffer severely for his sins in the flesh, pertaining to his family which he did because of his sin.
Look at a New Testament example Paul wrote about in I Corinthians 5:1-13.
The church is exhorted and corrected firmly by Paul for permitting an unrepentant,
commandment breaker to continue in his sin, and still remain to be accepted in their church
fellowship. Why? Because the unrepentant man needed to suffer punishment
of disfellowship, in order that he, the member, might see his sin and come
to repentance and save himself from the fire, to bring him back out from under
the law, with its penalty, and back under God's GRACE. Read and study James 5:19-20 in conjunction with the passage of I Cor. 5!
No one can be under God's grace until he makes the first step to come
out from under the law. That first step is a total repentance
of breaking God's Ten Commandments, and then accepting Christ's sacrifice
for forgiveness to become justified, made righteous before God. This is the
reason John the Baptist and Jesus Christ both preached repentance as the first
step to salvation, Mat. 3:2 and Mat. 4:17. A sinner must want to come out from being
under the law, that is its authority and power upon one's soul, in order to gain
the freedom from the penalty of sin that comes under God's Grace.
All people today who have not repented, changed their minds and hearts to
obeying God's Ten Commandments, are still under the law, the penalty of the law and are not under
grace. This statement will take in nearly all of today's Christianity. Notice what Christ in Rev. 12:9 says about Satan, it is "Satan, which deceiveth the whole world." Everyone who does not recognize God's Ten Commandments
are still under the law and are not under God's Grace. Anyone who does not
recognize God's 10 commandments as the law of love to follow, and is breaking
any one of them, is under the law's penalty, its death sentence, II Peter
For example, anyone who is breaking
and profaning God's 4th commandment, God's commanded Sabbath day, the 7th
day, Saturday, by forgetting it is Holy time made Holy by Jesus Christ, by defiling that Holy time as God's only
commanded weekly Sabbath, by doing their work and pleasure on His Sabbath,
is a sinner, does not have salvation, and is still under the law with its penalty,
and has not taken the first step to come under Christ's grace.
Keeping the day of the week that god made Holy at creation is showing love
to God. God directed and commanded the death sentence for the 7th Day, Sabbath
breaker in the past, Numbers 15:32-35. Has God Changed? He changes not, Malachi
3:6! His law still stands and has not been changed, or been revoked, nor
has its penalty for its transgression!
God's penalty for any commandment
breaking may be delayed, but it is still binding and will be carried out
in one's final destination of God's judgment. Is God unjust, partial, compromising with His
own law and its penalty, by permitting Sabbath breakers today to continue
to break His Sabbath commandments, as well as the other commandments, and
will not suffer the same punishment as Sabbath breakers in the past? Will
God have to repent to the Sabbath breakers of the past that he punished with
death? Absolutely not! God is patient, not willing any should perish, II
Peter 3:9, but that all would come to repentance and come under His grace,
because all law breakers, all commandment breakers, will receive their due
punishment in the Day of the Lord, II Peter 3:10-11, Malachi 4:1-6.
Why let your eternal life be left to the hands of men without examination
of what God plainly says about law and grace in regard to your salvation?
Check the water you are in ! Is it the refreshing water of Christ's Word,
or the deceptive, warming water of men, preparing you to be cooked in The
Day of God's Wrath? Without personal Bible Study on your own, and proving
your beliefs, to see if they are based on His Word, you don't have a chance
of being accepted in God's Kingdom. You will perish along with the untold billions that will not repent.
Christ's warning to you is "Repent or Perish." Please read and study Hebrews
10:26-31 and Malachi 4:1 to establish what God has planned for those sinners
that are still under the law, who have not repented, and have not come under His peaceful and joyful and merciful Grace.!
Don't let the mountain of deception and confusion that is preached
and accepted in today's Christianity about God's Grace keep you out of God's Kingdom. "Study to show yourself approved unto God," II Tim. 2:15, and understand what is God's true Grace, so that you can be saved from the penalty of your sins!